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>>> samsung strikes back. the south korean electronics maker adds the iphone 5 to its patent battle with apple. samsung electronics is upping the ante in the on going legal war with apple. the south korean and u.s. technology giants have been fighting each other in the courts over technology for smartphones and other mobile devices. the people at samsung say they added iphone 5, apple's iphone 5 to a patent infringement lawsuit. samsung alleges the latest smartphone violates eight of its patents. the claim targets technologies for displays data and storing photos. lawyers for samsung say they will exclude patents on the high speed wireless communications protocol known as lte. samsung has an edge in this technology. samsung received a green light from a u.s. district court in california in another case. the company can resume sales of its tablet device the galaxy 10.1 in the u.s. market. the court decided in june to temporarily ban sales. it lifted the injunction after a separate lawsuit in august found this particular tablet did not infringe on apple patents. >>> in other news ahma
for the holiday selling season, samsung can sell its galaxy tablet again in the u.s. a california federal court lifted the sales ban late yesterday. in june, a judge temporarily stopped galaxy sales as samsung and apple fought a patent case in court. in august a jury ruled the south korean company's tablet computer did not infringe on apple's patents. the galaxy 10.1 is an older model, but analysts say it still could deliver big sales for samsung over the holidays. now, what do apple, coca-cola, and ibm have in common? each earned the top three spots on interbrand's annual best global brands list. coca-cola is holding steady at number one for the 12th year in a row. but apple, the maker of the popular iphones and ipads, is close on its heels, jumping to number two thanks to stellar global sales. while tech companies dominate half of the top ten positions on the list, blackberry finds itself at the bottom, plummeting to 93 as the company struggles to reinvent itself. >> down the table, and by no means a prediction of future movement. it's about products, people, culture, and about making sure th
before he goes there. before the big run-up. then the hassle than lifted. samsung fighting back with its own lawsuit against apple. top of the hour right now. let's go to nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange with stocks now every 15 minutes. nicole: we wanted to take a look at some of the winners. a couple retailers coming into focus. express, limited. gaining an outlook that is weaker than expected. we are seeing it fell off. the teenage retailer is doing better. george telecom is up 18-19% right now. citigroup having a couple of upgrades. you can also see citigroup getting an upgrade. groupon is -- dupont is the number one. dagen: thank you so much. there are only 90 days left until the u.s. goes over the fiscal cliff. our fair, find representative -- we have forbes opinions editor joining us now. will we avoid this? everyone seems to be not so worried about it. should we be? >> we will avoid it. politicians have an opportunist jean. i think there also is, even among democrats, a belief to be the wrong time to raise taxes on the productive in society. dagen: wh
on hp. >>> we're all over the tech landscape. we'll meet the godfather of the samsung galaxy, the ceo of a company launching a new app. parents and teenagers should take notice. >>> also ahead, the ugs analyst cutting his outlook for iphone shipments. i know one of our producers went in the other day to get a 5. the first she can get it is october 19th, i believe. >> really? >> what is at stake for apple? >>> one more look at futures getting a little more back after five straight days down for the s&p. "squawk on the street" live from post 9 is back when we return. with the fidelity stock screener, you can try strategies from independent experts and see what criteria they use. such as a 5% yield on dividend-paying stocks. then you can customize the strategies and narrow down to exactly those stocks you want to follow. i'm mark allen of fidelity investments. the expert strategies feature is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason to look twice. the entirely new lexu
the complaint as he always does. he'll have more at the top of the hour. and samsung will be allowed to sell its gallaxy it tablet in te united states. a court is removing a temporary sales ban on the twice. and samsung has filed a motion against apple saying that iphone 5 infringed on some of its patents. >> tit for tat. >> exactly. and boeing -- some words are for cable. i'd say probably -- >> tit for tat, there's nothing wrong with that. >> if you comfortable saying that. >> i am. >> you know how they cut everything romney says, they cut out all the stuff on both sides of it? all we'll have for you is saying it tit, tit. remember faber, remember what he said? >> yes. the work on his finger. and you let him -- >> no, he stopped right after -- >> he stopped right after you said you what? >> yeah, anyway, boeing engineers and technical workers -- >> who did we have on last week who had a fluffer? >> a fluff off line of clothes. >> right, lululemon. >> is it not lululemon? >> in france it is. >> yeah, it is. what's happening here? the workers are voting to reject the pay offer from boeing. talks
. dennis: a u.s. appeals court has granted samsung's request to leave it to the trial court to decide whether to lift an apple requested injunction against samsung's galaxy 10.1. samsung got a billion dollar lawsuit in a case apple filed against it and apple seeking to block those from coming into the country with a trillion dollar penalty but samsung winning a rare victory for itself in this round. let's talk baseball. a billion people in the online kent and wants to sell them stuff. for the first time yesterday the company letting customers buy real products online. not just the cartoon sheet or vulture will martinis that eyeglasses and sweet and starbucks and stereos. 100 visitors at first will give wall street and early clue to the new revenue stream. facebook gets 80 present of sales from ads and a new face the gifts service if it thrives may -- may be facebook takes on amazon and ebay. cheryl: the dow ending september with negative numbers but it is actually positive. we have a lot more green ahead. dennis: feeling fine. we will tell you about amazon's move back into the online
unveiled a new semiconductor for tablets, counting hewlett-packard, dell, and samsung among its customers. intel has been criticized for not moving faster into the tablet space. tomorrow is the end of the calendar third quarter, but we're seeing a handful of companies turn in their fiscal quarter results. discover financial found more customers were using their charge cards. earnings were stronger than expected acustomers used their discover cards more and credit card loans increased. shares responded up rallying 7.3% on heavy volume. this is an all-time high for discover. meantime, nike saw a more muted reaction to its quarterly earnings. nike shares were up a half percent. they were at an all-time high in may. earnings were a $1.23 per share, 11 cents better than estimates. but they dropped from a year ago. one concern highlighted by analysts is nike's global future orders, a sign of sales to come. they showed the smallest gain in almost three years. a mattress merger was in focus today. tempur-pedic international will buy competitor sealy as it looks to expand its product line. the buy
, but sharp shed nearly 4% despite a report on a financial life line from a major lender. samsung and hyundai led support, but other units tanked after the parent wanting holdings filed for a court receiver ship. meanwhile banks and miners helped the australian markets ending higher by half a percent. sensex higher by 0.1%. that's all from me. >> okay. thanks very much for all of that. >>> still to come, we'll be joined by bentley ceo about luxury demand and the need for speed as the brand gears up for more sport competition. bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. >>> very nice day out this. >> you say no, i say yes.
. in south korea, samsung and hyundai assumed t hyundai supported the kospi. and index sensex heyer at the moment. back to you. >> mean while local reports suggest china security regulators been busying studying ways to increase sentiment. a possible dividend tax reduction. our next guest says she expects more policy experimentation, as well. jean, thanks very much for joining us. what do you think of this initial idea that we've got first of all about a dividend tax reduction? >> well, that may happen after the holiday period that's coming up this weekend. we've had a series of measures coming from the chinese regulators trying to boost market sentiment. in fact those measures have been announced in the last several months, we have had an increase in the participation of foreign capital, investing in asian market, we're seeing the csrt mandating dividend payment by chinese companies. we're also seeing a larger role in the asian market. in the last two day, the asian market did reasonably well in anticipation of more measures to come including perhaps a cut in the dividend cut and a
. but the kospi ended flat. losses in hyundai motor and samsung electronics ahead of its q3 earnings guidance. the company also officially added the iphone 5 in it patent battle. airlines rallied on expectations the u.s. visa waiver will boost air travel. we'll check in with the hong kong and india markets when they're back online tomorrow. >> okay, thanks very much indeed for that. let's show you where we stand just over an hour and a quarter into trade. just a little bit less for european stock markets. we are weighted to the down side. not by much. decliners outpacing advancers by a little bit less than 6:4. so ftse 100 currently down eight points, up 1.3% during the session. xetra dax fairly flat. cac 40 at the moment down a third up 2.4%. ibex up 0.2%. we saw spanish unemployment numbers. bond yields below 6%. they still are. yields lower again tomorrow, 5.83. ten year also heading lower at 5.1. not big move as considering a pretty good manufacturing ism numbers yesterday. still 1.62%. still down pretty low levels and certainly below where we were when the fed launched qe-3. euro dollar,
, the tablet, samsung selling again. apple faces had wins and they say be careful. liz: catastrophic for whoever loses. did we to see that. the closing bell ringing in exactly 15, make that 42 -- 14 minutes. back after the break. he is telling them undervalued. you have to hear this. stay tuned. liz: he believes that there will be a cue for surprise, maybe a good one for stocks. get in there now. at least in certain names. where should you be putting your money? mike collins. once again ready to name names. i want to keep everybody honest here. yupik berkshire hathaway the last and you were here in april. it is up 11% since then. >> the thing that's keeping me honest? liz: we like to keep everybody honest. hey, call us when you do it well. >> we do it both ways. liz: the thing that is because the housing components are doing a little bit better? and me, you have shot carpet, acme brick, nebraska furniture mart. >> few people know better than you do. but the reality is kind of all of the above plus some other things. a great stock portfolio which -- and great balance sheets. people un
like. just take samsung. global mobile, smart phone provider. samsung's stock got hit with the apple lawsuit. doesn't apply to the galaxy s3. buy samsung today. we think it's a good long-term holding. >> even though most people think apple. >> but take intel. ten times earnings because people are nervous about pc shipments. intel has a data center business. it's got a 25% return on equity. or go overseas to europe. the eurozone stocks have been hit by the european crisis. vote-a-phone owns 45%. or take kia motors, the large auto company in korea. kia is taking share away from global competitors. even though the eurozone is under real pressure, kia has increased its sales 25% in europe last year by taking market share away there. are good companies generating strong cash flow, strong balance sheets that are taking market share. >> to me it just sounds like you're talking about comcast. don't you wish you recommended that at 19 or 20? >> we're not that worried about the ones that we missed. >> have you watched? >> yes, i have. >> great management. >> great nt
use of transit car. >> the smart phones must have nfc technology like the samsung dallas the. they must be loaded with the south whersoftware program. >> i would take my limited use clipper card it right near the phone or touch to the phone and it would reload additional rights on the card for free. then i can walk right over there walk right through the toll gate and drive muni for free. the match thousand commission has known about this footage of rafeal for more than a year and so far few writers if any have taken advantage of the flock. >> certainly there are certainly thousands of limited tickets used on munich every day. cost in one instance of abuse. and that h yet to be conconfirmed on the golden gate very. >> more likely will be prohibiting them from being reloaded or allowing each car to be used for a limited period of time. >> in san francisco dan kerman kron 4 news. >> are right we will take a break is 4: 23 back with more in just a couple of minutes. we are back. >> staples plans to trim retail footage in the u.s. about by 15 percent by the year 2015. they're clo
here is the the defensive strategy. it remains to be seen now that the iphone 5 is out and the samsung galaxy iii is out in the channel. >> all right, john. thank you so much. stock up big, 14% higher on r.i.m. up next, europe is a mess. the u.s. and china are slowing down. where is global growth coming from? bob hormats is with me. >>> then, it seems like a number of americans are learning a bad habit from washington. we'll tell you which one next. e, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ]
founder steve jobs would have done? will it create end roads for rivals like google and samsung? jay thinks is this a troubling sign while roy says the issue really is minor. jay, this is more evidence for you that you feel apple's better days are behind them, yes? >> well, their best days were just when they invented the iphone and the ipad. i don't know how any company will have better days than that. i think they still have very good days ahead of them. i think this is a worrisome sign because it's software that's core to the company, core to the experience of the ipad and iphone. they had to get it right. they knew they couldn't screw this up. somehow they did screw it up. >> roy, you said tim cook did the right thing by apologizing and it's not such a big deal. tell us how you feel. >> definitely. when the original iphone 4 rolled out, steve jobs' immediate response was, you're holding the phone wrong. he got a lot of backlash. a few days later, they released bumpers to everybody. they admitted there was an issue. they changed it. obviously there was an error and they've fixed i
. apple now its iphone 5, according to samsung, infringes on patents in a different suit. microsoft today look at biotext, bob talked about strength in health care today, certainly moving to biotext, 1% today. among the leader there is, i will lumina, london times reporting maybe it could get another bid from roche for a buyout. accord da they are rah put ticks joining the s and p 600 and gill jabbed on fire. >>> to the bond market and the pits and rick santelli is there hi, ricky. >> hi. watching the volatility plum net treasuries, a two-day chart of tenures are, side way, the ekg of a calm person, certainly not me. if you open this up to one-week chart, we have been in like a 4 1/2 basis point closing range, going nowhere quickly, hovering in the low 160s. hey, the reserve bank of australia cult rates. look at the intraday chart of the aussie versus the green back. see deterioration there a bit. if want to stick with the currency theme, look at the dollar index year-to-date. of course it got drilled when it expect spd qe 3, once it arrived, a bare uptick, very small, but close to 80. 80
from that. because right now people are saying, let me get into that samsung line. it's the greatest -- >> and then a difficult story to read, nokia apparently considering selling their 55,000 square foot headquarters in finland, burning the furniture. i don't know if they have reached that point or not. >> it does feel like a citizen cain situation burning there. i don't understand. nokia is literally -- it's like someone called me on "mad money" and said, nok means no. not okay. not okay to buy. i mean, people keep wanting to come in and say, listen, this is the bottom of nokia. one of the major things i learned while working in my hedge fund is that stocks do stop at zero so you may get lucky here. >>> when we come back, he's known for his winning bet at subprime. what is kyle bass betting now? especially about japan? and we'll talk to david faber at the barefoot economic summit in texas. then -- >> cuff links, gold ones. >> not on our watch. >> lifelock kicking off a big week for ipos. we'll bring you the opening trade and talk to the ceo about his company's wall street debut. >>
%. but will next year's blackberry 10 help stop the loss of market share to companies like apple and samsung, thorsten heins will join us first on cnbc. >>> the fight for the swing states. senator rand paul hoping to bring libertarian and tea party voters into the romney camp. we'll ask him about his message to voters in battleground states just north of his like ohio. >>> and it's the final trading day of the third quarter. find out what's making you money and what's dragging your portfolio down in our sector spotlight. >>> the third hour of "squawk box" starts right now. ♪ what does that mean nothing going to break my stride nobody going to slow me down ♪ ♪ oh no i got to keep on moving ♪ >> welcome back. i don't know. welcome back to "squawk box" here on cnbc first in business worldwide, i'm joe kernen along with becky quick and andrew ross sorkin, and our guest host is bethany mclean, author "the smartest guy in the room" the account of record on the fall of enron and she's a cnbc contributor and -- >> and also her doubles are here, her most recent book. >> we had seamus on last
. you can't deny that at all. android is different. who owns android? who makes money? samsung. you can't talk about an android selling phones to carriers. it's lg and htc and motorola. a lot of them are not doing well in the android platform. and i think rim has a real shot by own iing their platform and software and having this loyal user who value the experience. they are going to come out of the gates with a strong couple quarters and win back market share. >> i mean you may be an app developer for all i know, but if you were one and you could only develop for one platform, would it be for blackberry? >> that's a good question. here's the thing. you're going to go where people are. there's two ways to look at it. there's a pint up demand on blackberry 10. and a lot of successful developers go to that. i know a lot of blackberry fans who made a lot of money on blackberries. and apple has more users. it could be an overnight success but there's a lot of stories you don't hear about who are spending a lot of money and not making any money and not getting the download. there's so much c
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